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Not all IB students do ToK journals. It is not something IB assesses, but rather your school/teacher decides what goes in it. I did them in IB. While the majority of what goes inside one can be considered as opinions, it is just better practice to write them as you would for an essay. You can probably use the first person, even frequently, but you should not use "I think that". It is possible to be assertive and persuasive while using the first person. These may be ok: "What intrigued me is that ...", "I don't understand ..." So "I don't agree that" is maybe ok but "I think that" is almost always superfluous.

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